Politics of water: Difficult talks continue on Africa's largest dam

Politics of water: Difficult talks continue on Africa's largest dam

[France 24 - Africa] - 14/09/2020
As Africa's largest hydroelectric dam nears completion, there are fears that Ethiopia will control too much of north-east Africa's water. Around 90 percent of water flowing into the River Nile passes through Ethiopia and the dam raises fears about the water supply for Sudan and Egypt (...)
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